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brooks in london in connection with the investigation. brooks went into the police station voluntarily today and her spokesman said he was unaware she would be arrested when she went in. brooks was editor when the phone hacking scandal took place and resigned as the head of the british newspapers. great news for drivers in los angeles. carmageddon is over. bridge construction on l.a.'s highway got done 16 hours ahead of schedule. the biggest fear it would cause major traffic nightmares this weekend. the mayor thanked the public for avoiding the area all weekend. >> we couldn't have done it without the cooperation of the people of this city. it looks like they got the message, they actually not only didn't get in their car, they, frankly, didn't leave their home. >> interstate 405 will be closed or plans to close again 11 months for now for the next phase of that project. >> 25,000 people took part in san francisco's 25th annual aids walk. more than $74 million has been raised for bay area hiv aids service organizations since the first aids walk in 1987. opening ceremony speakers includ
, and electric car technology. the report from brookings show the green sector has 2.7 million jobs. the jobs report grew more than 8% since 2003 compared to about 4% in other occupations. >>> there's a dirty job in vegas that's now available. for those of you with an adventurous side. you have to pay to play. not what you think. it's a company that's made a giant sandbox for adults. >> push it forward to go forward. >> reporter: in 100 degree weather across the highway from the vegas strip, people are paying hundreds of dollars for a chance to do something dirty in sin city that won't get them in trouble. >> stay within your cone zone. no bumper cars. >> reporter: they come to dig this, a five acre sandbox created for adults who rented equipment for a home project a few years ago and a business idea was born. >> i realized if i'm having this much fun, imagine the people who want an opportunity. >> what does your family back in new zealand think about this? >> they think i'm nuts. >> reporter: customers are supervised, teaching even the most hand-eye challenge reporter how to dig a hole. the
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